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our board of student delegates, including windy and megan. i have seen some remarkable students come through here as student delegates and if i had more time i would rattle their names off as accomplishments and the student advisory council has grown from struggling eight years ago to a very remarkable group, who is always coming up with new ideas as a group. thank you to all the students an to the teachers and support staff the without them, the student accomplishments would not have happened. all of these groups contribute to the welfare of our educators. these same groups support teachers to promote themselves or to move to another position as administrators, encouraging them. the best administrators in my mind in the districts are former teachers. and without that, we wouldn't have a core of people that understand what happens in the classroom. the administrators, again, i want to thank all the administrators, in particular this new batch in the last few years have been very, very focused, providing opportunities, leadership and giving the services and really focusing and a
you. i will make a note in my talking point. okay. somebody's job is on the line. just kidding megan. but no -- but in all seriousness today is a wonderful day. we have an opportunity to celebrate. remember last year in august when many of us came together about the -- what $30 million grant that they received. i don't know if you remember that. i got choked up and today we're still celebrating two grants for two pieces of large parts of san francisco. po tearo hill. anybody from that area? i know we have some of those folks and sunny valley here and visitation valley. thank you for being here. this is like a pep rally. if the mayor can go on so can i. this is the most exciting part of san francisco and yes we deal with challenging things and interesting votes and we also get it right and this is example of us getting it right and for the residents and making change happen. it's like a tsunami of change happening and it's not going to crush us like in the past. this tide will bring us out of the darkness and i am pleased to be here and celebrate the grants for both neighborh
. to chester fong in the transportation authority. to lily and megan wall in the department of public health, supervisor jane kim and beyond the city family the advice and assistance of the respected land use attorney sue hester. tmi and other property owners along the corridor. john kev lynn and amir massy at art stone properties and in the neighborhoods particular. to the south of market action network, to jerry crawl and the neighborhood network, the po tear i don't boosters and rincon hill and other residents south of market. commissioners i ask you to help hence forth that the neighborhoods are always welcomed into a full partnership with the city for all future planning efforts. this is how community planning should be done. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> okay. thank you jim. moving forward we're going to deal with the first topic of review from last week, and that is -- we're going to start with general overview of the zoning and how it's proposed to change so we have a clear picture of that and we will see in the maps in a moment the board of supervisors directed the ta
submitted megan opus last week, with a proposed mou i don't expect you to adopt them but if you want to, surprise me. they are ugly. quickly, the solution at lake merced is for puc to take charge. bring back the concessionaire bailout in 1999, a company called urban park concessionaire. i stayed in touch with them, and they would consider coming back on two conditions. one they don't start off with a traditional percentage of the profit. they know there ain't going to be any gross. number two, is highly unlikely that urban park come back unless only one san francisco agency they have to deal with. and finally 12 months ago, november, 2011, i suggested that you folks have a workshop. two hours. three hours. four hours. and learn about your lake. and i remember commissioner moran at least, you didn't sniff it, you said you may want to consider that down the road. i implore you to spend time and learn about lake merced. and look at what my magnus opum, and do it at the lake. in the culture center. i will buy the first round of drinks. and then we go over and do a visit at lake merced. we l
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